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  • Thu
    11
    Feb
    2021

    Urban Sanitation and International Development: Future of Decentralized Infrastructure

    7:00 pm ETOnline

    Young Professional Series: Lecture by FUTI Scholarship Recipient and Current Harvard/MIT Graduate Student, Tomohito Okuda

    (In Japanese only)

     [2月11日(木)Zoom, 7pm~ EST] 申込締切:2 月8日 (月)

    Harvard 大学(Master in Public Administration in International Development [MPA/ID]プログラム)/MIT (Master of Business Administration (MBA)プログラム)在学中の奥田朋仁さん(東大OB)を囲む講演・懇親会を企画致しました。奥田さんは2020-21年度米国伊藤財団—FUTI奨学金を受賞されています。ヤングプロフェッショナルの将来性と熱気のある革新的な講演に皆様、是非御参加ください。お友達、ご家族の参加も大歓迎です。

    奥田さんには上記のテーマでお話いただきます。 非常にタイムリーなテーマであるため、 質疑応答の時間も十分に取ってございます。 講演とQ&Aの後に懇親会も 予定しています。東大体験プログラムでNYを訪問中の学部生10名ほどが参加しますので、OB/OGの皆様との対話を楽しみにしています。

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    COVID-19によるパンデミックは、密集居住地の感染症への脆弱性と共に、現代社会における格差の存在を浮き彫りにしました。途上国都市の公衆衛生は感染症の拡大抑制などに重要な役割を果たす一方、最も解決が難しい開発課題の一つでもあり、特にスラムと呼ばれるような市街地では、費用・法制度等の理由から下水道すら通しにくい状況が多く見られます。本講演では、こうした地域でも機能するトイレ販売及び汚水の回収・再生利用をケニアで行うSanergy社でのフェローシップをはじめとする講演者の経験を紹介し、都市インフラの最新の潮流を議論します。

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    日時:2021年2月11日 [木曜日]

    午後7時〜8時 [講演及びQ&A ]、8時〜8時30分[懇親会]

    フォーマット:Zoom

    言語:日本語

    申し込み:2月8日 (月)必着

    Google Drive 申込:https://forms.gle/47a3TkNMJT4CZGMZA

    [お申込みの方に Zoom invitation をお送りいたします。]

    Google Driveにアクセスできない方は、こちらまで。 info [at] friendsofutokyo.org(お名前、卒業学部, 年度、住所、勤務先をご記入ください。)

    写真:Zoom講演会中に撮らせていただく写真は東大友の会関係の出版物または、Websiteに掲載することがありますのでご了承ください。ご了承いただけない方は事前にお申し出ください。

    主催:さつき会アメリカ

    共催:東大友の会、FUTI Alumni Association (TBD)

    略歴

    奥田朋仁(おくだともひと)。慶應義塾大学主席卒業後、東京大学大学院都市工学専攻及びフランス国立土木学校にてセネガルのスラム改善を研究。NGO(セネガル)、国連(ケニア)、世界銀行(ケニア)でのインターンシップを経て、三菱商事にて5年間、中東・アジアにおける水・電力インフラの開発に取り組む。2019年に退職し、米国伊藤財団—FUTI並びにフルブライト奨学生として、Harvard Kennedy School及びMIT Sloan School of Managementに留学。留学中、Sanergyフェローとして同社のビジネス拡大に携わる。2022年修了予定。

Past Events

Event Information:

  • Thu
    11
    May
    2017

    Expression in violin performance: innovations in the late 19th century

    6:00pm - 8:00pmUTokyo New York Office, 145 W.57th St., 21st Fl., New York, NY 10019

    By Ray Iwazumi, internationally respected violinist and musicological scholar

    Friends of UTokyo is pleased to announce a presentation by Dr. Ray Iwazumi, internationally respected violinist and musicological scholar and faculty member at the Juilliard School. The lecture, “Expression in violin performance: innovations in the late 19th century” will be presented for music enthusiasts as well as aspiring young violinists/musicians. The lecture is a reflection of Ray’s multi-faceted career as a violinist, composer, lecturer, writer, editor and teacher, and presents his latest research into violin virtuoso music of the late 19th century. Along with demonstrations, this will be an evening of fun, pleasure and inspiration.

    Young aspiring musicians are specially encouraged to attend. Q and A session will be provided at the end.

    Ray is a long-standing member of the New York UTokyo alumni community, as his father received a degree in engineering in 1960 from the University of Tokyo.


    Date/Time: Thursday, May 11, 2017, 6:30pm - 8:00pm
    (Room will be open for registration and networking at 6:00pm)

    Venue: UTokyo New York Office, 145 W.57th St., 21st Fl., New York, NY 10019

    Lecturer: Dr. Ray Iwazumi, The Juilliard School

    Theme: "Expression in violin performance: innovations in the late 19th century"

    Language: Lecture will be given in English.

    Fees: $20 (General), $10 (for those under 18 years old)
    Soft drinks and appetizers will be provided.

    Co-sponsor: Friends of UTokyo, Inc.

    Photos: Photos taken during the lecture may be used in FUTI’s online and offline publications. Please inform the organizer prior to the lecture if you do not wish to be included in the photos.

    RSVP: Required. Please register below by Thursday, May 4. Space availability is limited. Early registration is encouraged.

    RAY IWAZUMI BIOGRAPHY

    Dr. Ray Iwazumi pursues a career that is highly unusual with its intense combination of virtuosity, scholarship, research, and performance. In particular, his in-depth research on Eugène Ysaÿe’s Six Sonates pour violon seul, Op. 27 has brought forth significant findings on these landmark masterworks, and his concerts and CD of these works have been critically acclaimed. He also shares his leading expertise of this repertoire through lectures and lecture-performances and has written several articles on the subject, featured in The Strad, MLA Notes, and a multi-year monthly series in the Japanese journal String. In particular, the article series in String includes a close examination of the extant rare materials of the Ysaÿe solo sonatas, and is currently the largest and most comprehensive analysis and guide, in any language, for the Ysaÿe solo sonatas.

    Ray has also presented his research through featured lectures and presentations at institutions such as the Brussels Royal Conservatory (Brussels, Belgium), CAMeC (La Spezia, Italy), Orpheus Institute (Ghent, Belgium), The Juilliard School (New York, USA), and Yamaha Ginza (Tokyo, Japan). He is on faculty at The Juilliard School, and is currently in charge of the Violin Department Seminar.

    Ray has cataloged the rare materials and manuscripts in the Louis Persinger Collection, Viola Mitchell Collection, and Jeannette Ysaÿe Collection at The Juilliard School. Recent research includes work toward an understanding of Ysaÿe's legacy as transmitted through his disciples, notably, Louis Persinger, Viola Mitchell, and Jeannette Dincin Ysaÿe. He is also active as an editor of critical editions, and has edited the Urtext edition of Wieniawski's Scherzo-Tarantella, Op. 16 and Vieuxtemps’ Violin Concerto No. 5 in A minor, Op. 37 for G. Henle Verlag.

    Ray Iwazumi’s artistic dedication finds expression in his multi-faceted career. As a violinist, he performs regularly in the U.S.A., Europe, and Japan, and as a composer, has been showcased in noted series such as the Beyond the Machine festivals at Lincoln Center and the Music In Style series in Japan.

    Recent concerts include a recital in Tokyo collaborating with pianist, Akira Eguchi, a series performing the complete Beethoven Violin Sonatas in Osaka, and a feature as guest soloist alongside flutist, Seiya Ueno, in Kyoto at the Kyoto National Museum for a concert celebrating the 120th anniversary of the museum.

    website: http://www.rayiwazumi.com